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(+) Ahnentafel and Kekule Numbering Systems
Medical Practices Your Ancestors May Have Experienced
MyHeritage Live 2019’s Schedule
MyHeritage DNA Kits Now on Sale in Costco in the UK and in Iceland
Newly Recovered Ground Zero Photos Show Why You Should Back Up your CD-Recordable Disks Now: Photo CDs Don’t Last Forever
Decades of History Could Be ‘Erased from Australia’s Memory’ as Tape Machines Disappear
Australian Joint Copying Project
West Australian Grave Markers’ Work is now Available Online
Find a 2020 US Census Complete Count Committee in Your Community
Kilkenny’s Rich History is now Available on National Archive Database
Prince Edward Island Government to Open Up Adoption Records in Fall
American Ancestors Launches a Database of Men, Women, and Children Sold by the Jesuits of Georgetown College in 1838
Ancestry® Unveils Over 225 New Communities for Members Who Have Ties to France, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 17 June 2019
New Liverpool Parish Records and more available to search this Findmypast Friday
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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